Let Alans help you choose and create the business entity that is right for you, so you can focus on what you do best.
Finding the right location and negotiating fair and favorable lease terms are crucial to a restaurant or hotel's success. Alan leads and advocates for culinary and hospitality entrepreneurs through assisting in site location, negotiating lease terms, and advocating for fair resolutions in landlord disputes.
Alan believes that much of our country's legal rules, processes, and procedures are convoluted and impede entrepreneurism. He helps his hospitality and culinary clients in pursuing and receiving government-issued permits and licenses, such as occupational, beer and wine, and liquor licenses, so his clients can focus on the opening of their restaurant.
Alan can help you focus on the details to protect yourself and your restaurant, while building and managing the team that will lead to success.
One of the biggest drains on the time and energy of the culinary and hospitality entrepreneur is the constant barrage of offers from third party vendors and, worse yet, disputes over quality of services, performance of a contract, money, and so forth. Sure, you could handle it yourself, or you could just pay them to go away. But, Alan can be your advocate, while you focus your time and energy elsewhere.
Compliance with the American Disabilities Act and its promulgating regulations can be a complicated project. Alan strives to simplify this framework and help you comply with rules to avoid costly, predatory compliance lawsuits.
Branding, design, decor, and a sense of place are just some of the considerations of a savvy hospitality or culinary entrepreneur. Alan helps bring the vision to reality by leading the entrepreneur through land use and development procedure.
- Intellectual Property and Trademark
- Purchase and Sale
- Food Poisoning and Food Born Illnesses
- Environmental and Regulatory Compliance
- Day to Day Operational Issues
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